WOW, HILLARY CLINTON BLAMED COLIN POWELL FOR USING PRIVATE EMAIL, THE BUCK STOPS WITH EVERYONE ELSE BUT THE PANT SUIT …
The NY Times is reporting that Hillary Clinton told the FBI that it was former Secretary of State Colin L. Powell had advised her to use a personal email account. Hey Colin, how do the tire tracks feel on your back from the bus that just ran you over driven by Hillary Clinton? According to the Democratic nominee, Powell made the suggestions at a small dinner party shortly after Clinton took over at the State Department in 2009 and in an email exchange around the same time. Hmm, I wonder if those emails were turned over? Who knows of Powell did or not, but you know what I can guarantee he didn’t advise Hillary Clinton to do … have her own email server in her bathroom capturing all of the private emails. It is sickening to see the lengths this woman will trash everyone else to save her political ass.
Hey Colin, was that the Hillary Mystery Machine that just ran you over?
Pressed by the F.B.I. about her email practices at the State Department, Hillary Clinton told investigators that former Secretary of State Colin L. Powell had advised her to use a personal email account
The account is included in the notes the Federal Bureau of Investigation handed over to Congress on Tuesday, relaying in detail the three-and-a-half-hour interview with Mrs. Clinton in early July that led to the decision by James B. Comey, the bureau’s director, not to pursue criminal charges against her.
Separately, in a 2009 email exchange that also emerged during the F.B.I. questioning, Mrs. Clinton, who had already decided to use private email, asked Mr. Powell about his email practices when he was the nation’s top diplomat under George W. Bush, according to a person with direct knowledge of Mr. Powell’s appearance in the documents, who would not speak for attribution.
The journalist Joe Conason first reported the conversation between Mrs. Clinton and Mr. Powell in his coming book about Bill Clinton’s postpresidency, “Man of the World: The Further Endeavors of Bill Clinton,” which The Times received an advanced copy of.
Do we really need a president who cannot take responsibility for their own actions when they are caught in lie after lie after lie?